screen defense

screen de·fense

the use of falsified or incomplete memories or affects to cover repressed but associated memories and affects.
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Among the four finalists was "Recognizing and Analyzing Ball Screen Defense in the NBA," coauthored by John Guttag, a professor of computer science and electrical engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Joel Brooks, an MIT doctoral candidate; Jenna Wiens, professor of computer science and engineering at the University of Michigan; and Avery McIntyre, a researcher at the University of Michigan.
In 2003, Moriya was in charge of the panel to screen defense equipment procurement for the then Defense Agency, which involved him in the selection of an engine for the Air Self-Defense Force's next-generation CX transport aircraft.